I passed the telephone screening process and next week will be attending a small focus group by the Medical Psychiatric Alliance with perhaps 5 - 8 people and 2 facilitators and I am preparing to question their MUPS construct. I am looking for papers or publications that dismantle MUPS and key questions that expose their bias. I'm also thinking of making a summary page to give to the other participants, maybe some FAQs, key quotes - basically re-frame the focus group narrative to question the Psychiatric Alliance's psycho construct and not our own physical symptoms. So any anti-MUPS info that could be helpful, please send my way. Here is the ad that lured poor unwitting me into the focus group: Do you have experience with undiagnosed symptoms? What IS THE OPPORTUNITY? This is an opportunity to share your experiences about living with unexplained or undiagnosed symptoms to help create a new project to improve the Primary Care experience. Our goal is to build a series of activities to advance relationships and communication between people living with unexplained symptoms and their primary care providers. What ARE THE EXPECTATIONS? Have you had ongoing or long-term symptoms that are unexplained, and that impact your quality of life? We would like to know about any opportunities or challenges you may have experienced in the relationship with your health care provider(s) as it relates to these symptoms. Who is YOUR ORGANIZATION? We are Trillium Health Partners, a Community Hospital in Mississauga, Ontario. Our project is supported by the Medical Psychiatry Alliance, a collaborative health partnership dedicated to transforming health services for patients living with both physical and mental illnesses and/or undiagnosed or unexplained symptoms.